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  • Dating Daisy by Daisy Mae

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    What do you do when you’re a newly divorced 52 year old mother, keen for a second chance of romance? Why internet dating of course! Daisy Mae_224 embarks on the internet dating process with trepidation. Having not been on the dating scene for nearly 30 years, and with fairly rudimentary computer skills, she finds herself embroiled in a series of haphazard and hilarious situations.

    Daisy keeps a diary of her internet dating life and reveals detail by detail, the ups and downs of her midlife dating extravaganza. Soon after starting out, Daisy realizes her true mission. With no past experience and no-one/nothing to guide her, she needs to produce – Internet Dating lessons. Read on to find out about PLONKERS, Muppets and MAWDs, and a whole host of amusing anecdotes, tips and ideas. Working by day as a Sexual Health doctor, the story as it unfolds contains accounts of Daisy’s clinical experiences with patients in the Sexual Health clinic.

    She also reflects on her past life with Voldemort (the dreadful ex-husband). With advice and encouragement from Imogen, her 17 year old daughter, her surrogate parents known as the Amigos, with a big house and swanky swimming pool, her friend Pinkie and from Jeannie, her nonagenarian friend from the Nursing Home, Daisy resiliently persists in her quest to find a long term partner. This is a heartfelt story that will ring bells with anyone who has ended a long term relationship and now wants to find somebody new. It is humorously written, full of emails, poems, limericks, and even a recipe! Daisy can’t resist her pages of advice on topics like “Kissing” and “Anti-Snoring.” It is a unique and highly amusing book, which will make you laugh out loud! So read on and see. Will Dating Daisy find her “prairie vole?” Or will the whole process end in disaster?

  • Her Web Master by Normandie Alleman

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    An online connection.

    Masked by anonymity.

    No cameras. No pictures.

    Curiosity ignited to intrigue.

    I thought I knew what I was getting into, but had no idea how far we would go…

    My intention was to test the waters, dip my toe in the wading pool. Instead I surrendered to the world of seduction and submission as he submerged me–body, mind, and soul–into an ocean of eroticism.

    Emails, texts, and hidden identities, were one thing. But now, coming face-to-face with the mystery man, the star of my fantasies, both terrifies and completely thrills me. If all goes according to plan, he will intensify the exquisite bond we share by transporting me to that glorious intersection between agony and ecstasy. If not, everything we’ve built will come crashing down around us, destroying my dreams in the process.

    Either way, there is no going back. Because I want more. Much more.

    He always says, “For every ounce of pleasure, a price must be paid.”

    And I am going to pay…

    Warning: If you’re not a fan of dirty talk or dominant alpha males, “Her Web Master” may not be for you, but if you’re looking for a filthy online boyfriend who will make your toes curl, meet Sophie’s mysterious Dom.

  • Virtually Perfect by Sadie Mills

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    ‘I’ll show you my darkroom…’

    It’s all the way up there with “Come up and see my etchings” and Eve knew it.

    Virtually Perfect is a dark romantic comedy novel set in Brighton, England, exploring the world of internet dating. Auctioneer, Evelyn Blake, needs a plus one for her colleagues’ wedding. No one likes rocking up to those things alone. Far from a bar bunny, she lands on an internet dating website. Amongst all the bare-chested mirror shots and men-with-no-neck, one dating profile stands out.

    Shutterman has been single for a while (since walking in on his fiancée and best friend in the throes in his own bed). Years of hard work, one fluke Mont Blanc shot, and photographer Benjamin Macy finds himself catapulted to fame and fortune. Handsome, young, rich and accomplished, he’s the ultimate bachelor. Far from the smackheads and shootings of the Deptford tower block where he grew up, the past he tries so hard to hide.

    Bubbling with humour, crackling with tension, sizzling with sex, from Brighton Pier to Iceland to the deserts of Saudi Arabia, Sadie Mills coaxes the reader into a web of intrigue, twisting and turning in a labyrinth of deceit. Sometimes sad, sometimes laugh-out-loud funny, by the time the fateful wedding day rolls around, she’ll have you on the edge of your seat.